A defiant Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Zaka Ashraf vowed to continue its opposition to the “Big Three”, claiming Pakistan would not waver from its principal stance on the proposed revamp of the International Cricket Council (ICC), DawnNews reported.
Speaking to reporters after PCB’s Governing Board Meeting on Monday, Ashraf said a decision on the proposals will be taken after ICC’s Executive Board meet on February 8, but reiterated that “Pakistan’s interests would not be compromised.” The chairman also expressed a desire to meet with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who is also the patron-in-chief of the PCB, over the issue.
Pakistan, along with Sri Lanka and South Africa, sought time to consider the radical changes to the ICC proposed by the rich boards of India, England and Australia which were discussed in detail in a two-day meeting in Dubai last week.
Moves to restructure the ICC to hand power to India, Australia and England, the game’s financial powerhouses, were, however, passed in principle during a board meeting on January 28…. see more